Subchorionic hematomas, or subchorionic hemorrhages, are common ultrasound findings in early pregnancy. However, their significance is uncertain. Some believe they increase the risk of many pregnancy complications, including pregnancy loss / miscarriage. In this study of almost 3000 women, we found that Subchorionic hematoma does not increase the risk of pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks. This information is reassuring as nearly 20% of women will have this finding on ultrasound.
For more information, please read the entire study, here: Association Between First-Trimester Subchorionic Hematomas and Pregnancy Loss in Singleton Pregnancies
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